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Old 04-30-2007, 07:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 1900GT with Accelero X2 - hot still?

According to Everest (Trial Version):

Motherboard: 58C IDLE
GPU: Trial Version, not listed
GPU Ambient: 52C IDLE

I have the 1900gt video card and just put the Accelero X2 on it... Are the GPU temps bad or good??

I'm getting really mad with all this heat going on...

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Default Re: 1900GT with Accelero X2 - hot still?

yes its normal Google Image Result for http://www.radeon2.ru/articles/r5xx/x1900gt/img/3doc_gpu_temp.png
my x1300pro runs 50*c idle
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